- v. present participle of archive.
“ Using applications and even PST files all over the place, is that composite applications what we call archiving?”
“In smart circles, this is called "archiving," which is another way of saying storing them where you can't see them.”
“(NOTE: At the request of some readers, I will soon begin archiving particular columns from past offerings of both “Poetry Dispatch” and “Notes from the Underground”).”
“Harvard's Web Archive Collection Service WAX is part of the University Library's central infrastructure for the capture, management, storage, and display of web sites for long-term archiving”
“By Faré, Tue 13th Jan 2009 @ 11:51 am lzma makes total sense for long-term archiving, however, even more so than gzip or bzip2, it probably requires either having a very big block size how many megabytes? maybe 1MB from what squashfs experiments suggest.”
“The web application is very simple, and the lack of information makes it questionable for long-term archiving, but it could be very useful for saving a quick copy of a constantly changing news site for sharing with others.”
“The organization also oversees PDF/X, a subset for the printing industry, and PDF/A, for long-term archiving of documents.”
“Open access archiving is strongly in your interest, and in the interest of the institutions where you work: it provides a greater audience for your scholarship; it expands the reach of the work of student authors and editors who may be at your institution; and it fits within the mission of educational institutions to push back the frontiers of scholarship in law and related fields.”
“Open access archiving is a tremendously significant development in scholarly publishing because it disseminates the fruits of your scholarship to the entire world, for no cost.”
“While this chapter focuses on short-term storage rather than on long-term archiving, proper storage is still important.”
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